ESD (Education for Sustainable Development) plays an increasingly important role in education. We must address the present and future challenges facing the world, and contribute to the development of more sustainable and resilient communities.
In this course, educators, trainers, and teachers will learn how to incorporate education for sustainable development (ESD) into their educational work with young people. It examines how ESD principles, values, concepts, policies, and practices are implemented in schools and how they affect children and young people. By the end of the course, participants will have up-to-date knowledge, tools, and methods for incorporating sustainable development into their classes. As a result, it strives to change students’ behavior and contribute to social progress.
The training is led in a process-oriented way, which means that content and methods are being adjusted to every group and its needs. You will experience different methods involving
cognitive thinking (short inputs, collecting knowledge)
emotional intelligence (teamwork, relation to everyday life), and
self-reflection (individual tasks, self-assessment exercises)
This mix provides a good learning experience and helps participants to be involved and achieve their own learning goals with the support of the trainer.